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"Ruby's Ring" Lee So-yeon takes a picture with her co-actors and actresses

2013/08/12 | 2116 views | Permalink | Source

Lee So-yeon took a picture of herself and her co-actors and actresses in the new KBS 2TV drama "Ruby's Ring" and posted it on Twitter.

Kim Suk-hoon, Im Jung-eun, Park Kwang-hyun and Byun Jung-soo are either smiling brightly or holding up a 'V' with their hands.

Lee So-yeon said, "We got presents from the director and took a picture! "Ruby's Ring", the first episode is not too far away!"

Lee So-yeon in the picture is holding up a cake that says "Ruby's Ring".

"Ruby's Ring" is about two sisters who exchange faces and fates in an accident and live two different lives.

The cast includes Lee So-yeon, Kim Suk-hoon, Im Jung-eun, Park Kwang-hyun, Byun Jung-soo, Lee Hyun-woo-I, Kim Ga-yeon, Park Jin-joo, Ha Joo-hee, Jung Dong-hwan, Kim Seo-ra and Kim Yeong-wook.

Source : www.etoday.co.kr/news...

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